A beautiful wooded escarpment providing panoramic views across Manchester to the Pennines beyond.
Magnificently sited castle on a sandstone escarpment overlooking the Cheshire Plain.
Formerly the Benedictine Abbey of St Werbergh, most celebrated for its medieval choir stalls and misericords (small ornate carved shelves to the underside of a choir stall).
A magnificent 19th century complex designed by the architect Harrison.
One of the most complete city walls in Britain.
A grand 16th century 'black and white' house.
Built by Wyatt, in a restrained classical style.
Run by the National Trust - open to the public all year (parking and entrance charges apply).
Britain's premier radio telescope, visible for 40 miles.